10-year Treasury yields dropped last week from 4.93% on Halloween to 4.58% today as Treasury slowed its pace of new issues and as jobs data was revised downward. However, at some point Treasury is going to rollover a bunch of short-term debt to finance Government operations (as well as longer maturity issues that are due to mature), thereby sending Treasury yields higher.
It may be in a week or two, it may be in a month, I am not sure exactly when, but it will be soon. The Continuing Resolution passed by Congress on September 30th expires on November 17th, so that is a date to watch for. If Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen wishes to get cute and issue a mountain of debt out of the public eye, my guess is that she will do so around Thanksgiving or the Christmas holiday.